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IFHP Blog

Posted: 14. April 2016
IFHP aims to put green cities on the international agenda, as we work with the UN and urban campaigners to tackle the major issues in housing and planning.  
Posted: 03. June 2015
Gothenburg is facing vast urban renewal and a transformation of large disused docks into new residential and commercial precincts.
Posted: 23. April 2015
This guest blog from Bo Aronsson, IFHP Council Representative for Sweden, tells a successful story about a regeneration of an industrial landscape.
Posted: 17. March 2015
This guest blog from Graham Allan, IFHP Council Representative for UK, is about public tranbsport and ticketing systems.
Posted: 10. March 2015
This guest blog from Bo Aronsson, IFHP Council Representative for Sweden, is about Gothenburg aiming to provide housing for all, not only for those who can pay.  
Posted: 20. February 2015
In November 2014, IFHP had the pleasure of receiving the Dutch delegation participating in the Metropolitan Field Trip to Copenhagen – Malmö, lead by the Dutch organizations Deltametropolis, Pakhuis de Zwijger, Brainville and Stipo.
Posted: 16. January 2015
This guest blog from Graham Allan, IFHP Council Representative for UK, is about how finding your way around can be difficult! Can you find your way around or shall you have someone take you...?
Posted: 08. January 2015
Beyond social housing.
Posted: 16. December 2014
IFHP Council representative Bo Aronsson from Sweden, takes you to Port Elizabeth, a city located as south as you can get on the African continent. One of the most exciting South African inner-city developments of recent times.
Posted: 04. December 2014
Almere is transforming from a garden city to a town with a high ambition of sustainable organic growth.

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